11 Distinction BETWEEN VOID ANDVOIDABLE CONTRACTSIs valid if they are made but do not become applicable later for certain reasons. An invalid contract expires at the instigation of the victim and therefore remains valid until such termination. 8 B) Exemptions under the Common Lawi) Service agreements: during employment, service contracts often contain a clause prohibiting the worker from working in another location for the duration of the contract. Any reluctance towards a worker not to engage in a similar activity or to accept a similar undertaking after the termination of his activity is a nullity. (ii) Commercial combinations: it is not illegal to enter into an agreement between different companies in the context of a commercial grouping, in order to maintain a price level and avoid under-sales. (iii) Agreement limiting criminal history (p. 28): any agreement preventing a party from fully asserting its contractual rights through ordinary proceedings or limiting the time within which it can assert its rights is null and void in this regard. Exceptions to this rule are: (a) An agreement to refer all future contract disputes to arbitration. b) An agreement to refer to arbitration all outstanding disputes concerning a contract. (c) an agreement that limits the right of one of the parties to sue in a particular court. 5 The following agreements are cancelled by the Indian Contract Act: VOID AGREEMENT Not all agreements can be finalized. Under Section 2 (g), an uneasy agreement is not applicable.
Such an agreement has no definitive consequences and is null and void from the outset. The following agreements are struck down by the Indian Contract Act: 1. Agreement by incompetent parties (p. 11). 2. Agreement reached as part of a reciprocal factual error (section 20). 3. the agreement, consideration or object that is unlawful (Article 23). 4. agreements, considerations or objects that are partly illegal (p. 24).
5. Agreements concluded without consideration (p. 25). 6. Marriage Restriction Agreements (p. 26). Trade Restriction Agreement (p. 27). 8. Agreements to limit judicial proceedings (p. 28). 9.
Agreements of uncertain importance (p. 29). 10. Betting agreements (p. 30). 11. Agreements on impossible acts (Article 56). 3 The consideration or purpose of an agreement is illegal in the following cases: if it is prohibited by law, it is permissible by law that, if authorized, it would nullify the provisions of a law if it is fraudulent, if it involves or implies harm to the person or property of another if the court deems it immoral, if the court considers it contrary to public order, 6 ALL THE CONTRATS ARE VALID DONE do not say either… What is it? As has already been defined, all contracts are valid when they are concluded. The applicability of contracts would be changed if other factual/indirect elements appeared.